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is there a method to when or how often the cases get sent off to the embassys ? I have heard certain days of the week they ship or every so many cases they complete they ship. i spoke to someone a week ago and they said that it should go out soon. 

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10 minutes ago, visaq123 said:

is there a method to when or how often the cases get sent off to the embassys ? I have heard certain days of the week they ship or every so many cases they complete they ship. i spoke to someone a week ago and they said that it should go out soon. 

Every other Tuesday/Wednesday 


YMMV

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None of it is verified.

 

Just keep tabs on the CEAC status .. when you see READY you know it arrived at the embassy and they are ready for your interview.   < that is all that matters.


Hank

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Nothing verified/official for tracking the shipment of the case file, as noted in the "pdf"  ... "try this or that"  .      Now a link to NVC shipping info would be good.


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

HandArrow.gif       Visa Process at USEM for the Philippines;  https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

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50 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

Nothing verified/official for tracking the shipment of the case file, as noted in the "pdf"  ... "try this or that"  .      Now a link to NVC shipping info would be good.

Do you know how to read?  Question wasn't about tracking but what days or how often does NVC ship.  NVC has been shipping every other Tuesday/ Wednesday for more than a year,  a trend that is "verified" by the receipt of the infamous NVC "letter" informing the petitionner that the case has shipped.   


YMMV

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